Wednesday, February 27, 2008

VOCABULARY, Feb. 27th

Vocabulary building is important for both reading comprehension and writing. Use the following two words (note the part of speech) in one sentence.

synthetically (adverb) + impervious (noun)

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9 comments:

janine said...

The synthetically manufactured grass was impervious to the rain.

Kelsey said...

The synthetically made coat was impervious to the wind.

Nancy said...

This fruit has been synthetically grown, which makes it impervious to diseases.

Tammy said...

A natural materials imperviousness to the addition of synthetically added liquids, is the focus of our science lesson today.

Veronica Baig said...

Janine, Kelsey, Nancy, : Good sentences:-)
Tammy: Yes, but note that you have changed the word form of the noun--try to keep the original;-)

Irena said...

Synthetically altered corn is impervious to pest.

Tammy said...

The focus of our science lesson today, is to determine the impervious abilities of specific synthetically manufactured substance's.

Veronica Baig said...

Irena: Yes, but note that you need to make "pest" plural;-)
Tammy: Good idea, now check these items: commas don't usually go before verbs; qualities would be a better word than abilities; and substances is a plural not a possessive;-)

Tammy said...

Thank you for your help Veronica.